Jami Lynn Bula, LPC, LMFT
A senior clinician with IPNB, Jami Lynn can weave together deep work and goal focused work seamlessly. Her heart is fully with her people, even while her mind puts together the puzzle that will help them unlock the way forward. If you are looking for both depth and efficiency Jami Lynn is a great choice. Her skill set is vast: she is trained in IFS, ETT, EMDR and sand tray. When it comes to both depth work and trauma healing, she has the tools to help. Jami Lynn specializes in working with couples as well and wants each person she sees to achieve relational health. She loves talking about intimacy and finding your way to more pleasure and wholeness together.
Internal Family Systems
Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy
Gottman Couples Therapy
price for services:
$165 per 50 minute session
Sliding scale available? Yes
As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives.
– HENRY DAVID THOREAU
Q&A with Jami Lynn
How would you describe therapy with you?
Every person has unique goals and hopes for their life, and I collaborate with them on how best to achieve their desired wellbeing. My goal as a therapist is to create an environment that feels safe, supportive, and non-judgmental. My presence in the room is meant to provide structure and facilitation for each person’s natural growth to occur.
I am a relational therapist, meaning I believe that intimate connections are essential for all people. In session I often ask clients to focus on and consider their relationships. I believe authenticity and compassion, for one’s self and others, supports greater personal fulfillment. I work with adults and couples struggling with a variety of concerns to achieve a more vibrant and satisfying life.
How did you decide to become a therapist?
My path to become a therapist started when I needed my own healing and growth. Every time life has become a struggle – when I feel lonely, sad, hurt, or hopeless – I turn towards the lessons from my own personal work. How to cultivate tranquility for myself, how to fulfill my own needs, and how to realize my own self-worth.
I chose to become a therapist because I have experienced first-hand the benefit in seeking an outside counsel. I want to be the patient, empathetic presence who helps people in transition towards positive change.
What is one thing about you, or your work that you want clients to know?
Whether I am working with couples or individuals, my style as a therapist often involves exploration of both mental and physical reactions to the world. During session I ask clients to practice self-awareness by checking-in on their internal mind and body experience. I recognize and appreciate that people are diverse and complex. I am respectful and inclusive of all people.